Estonia's state security department and Georgia's international organization of criminal police sign agreement on search of stolen cars
Georgia, Tbilisi, June 10 / Trend N. Kirtskhalia /
Estonia's state security department and Georgia's international organization of criminal police signed the agreement on cooperation to prevent stolen cars import. The agreement envisages retraining of employees and delivery of modern technique to Georgia. This technique will assist to find stolen cars, Georgia's international organization of criminal police head Lasha Giorgadze told media after ceremony.
Cost of the project hits $65 million.
In her turn, Georgia's deputy interior minister Eka Zguladze stressed that this technique is innovation for Georgia. "This issue is not urgent now. But we intend to act and welcome any know-how," she said.
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